his Wednesday, coffee maestros St ALi will be hosting a complimentary breakfast, in conjunction with Velo Cycles, for participants of Ride2Work day.
This fantastic food offering isn’t just for the southsiders though. Residents of Melbourne’s northern perimeters will get an early taster of what St ALi North has in store ahead of its official mid-November opening. Registered bikers can expect an outdoor barbecue, coffee by expert Matt Perger, pastries and organic fruit. In addition to the sustenance, experienced and novice riders alike will all have something to gain in the form of a free bike check-up.
And there are plenty of giveaways up for grabs. The first 40 Kona bike registrations at St ALi North (or first 10 in St ALi South) will receive a free gift pack. Fifty lucky riders who share their tips for safe riding on the cafe’s Facebook page will be able to pick up a lunch box put together by Jesse Gerner of restaurants Anada and The Aylesbury. The lunch boxes will be available for collection from either cafe, during the Ride2Work breakfast hours.
And last but not least, there’s also a Jamis bike up for grabs thanks to St ALi North’s new neighbour, Velo Cycles.
With the multitude of healthy food and freebies available, you would be doing the community, the environment, your body and your conscience a favour by cycling down to St ALi this Wednesday morning.
Ride2Work Day is this Wednesday October 17. St ALi’s community breakfast runs from 7.30am to 10.30am.
St Ali North
Park Street Bike Path
815 Nicholson Street, Carlton North
St Ali South
12–18 Yarra Place, South Melbourne